The Tool Shed and STP Fitz have worked in partnership to design and produce a stand-to-pee device for trans men and others who wish to stand to urinate using their everyday soft packer. The STP Fitz 2.0 receptacle is similar to other "nipple" or funnel style STP packers, but created without the usual nipple+tubing+glue combination found in most similar handmade products on the market today.
Launched in June of 2015, the STP Fitz 2.0 receptacle is made from flexible silicone-- it is a single-piece funnel/tubing combination unit that is passed through the shaft a soft packer. The funnel end has been tweaked from the original nipple design to a more oval shape with additional flow capacity. The silicone receptacle is soft enough to pack comfortably against the body when not in use but designed to hold its shape while urinating. And the tubing does not swell appreciably over time like latex tubing will often do in similar products.
The STP Fitz 2.0: Mr. Softie is hand-fitted by STP-FITZ from the Mr. Softie/"Limpy" soft packer.
This product comes in vanilla (light flesh tone) and caramel (mid flesh tone), and in two shaft lengths: 3.5" (small) or 5" (medium).
These items are converted to STP packers by hand, and as such, they may contain minor cosmetic imperfections on the packer itself.
This device is not designed for intercourse.
The receptacle/tubing piece that passes through the packer is made from silicone. The outer packer's "skin" is latex-free and phthalate-free.
PLEASE NOTE: Buyers agree to use this item at their own risk. This item is not a medical device, and no medical use for this item is stated or implied. Using an STP packer can take practice. There is no guarantee this item will work for you, since every individual's body is different. Due to the nature of this product, all sales are final. We do not accept returns.
Soft Packers are designed to look and feel like a flaccid penis and testicles. They are often worn as prosthetics by trans and gender non-binary people, and they are sometimes used gender play or gender exploration.
Which Soft Packer is Right for Me? When searching for the right soft packer, there are a lot of variables to consider. What size should I get? Do I want to find one to match my skin tone? How much money do I want to spend? Can I pack it comfortably? How realistic does it look/feel?
Inexpensive packers are often made out very soft, porous materials like elastomers, TPR, or polymer/oil blends. These materials will often have trade names like "soft skin," "cyberskin," "sil-a-gel," etc. Because they are so soft, they can feel quite realistic as a flaccid penis. They will tend to show wear, dirt, and even slight shrinkage over months of use, and they can never be completely sanitized. Porous packers usually have to be replaced periodically. But, they tend to be cheaper than silicone packers.
Packers made from 100% silicone tend to be a bit denser and heavier than porous-material packers, but they can still be very soft. Silicone is a non-porous material, and as such it can be sanitized and it doesn't get as dirty as porous packers. Silicone resists shrinking and fading, and will last a very long time (if you don't accidentally tear it). For people with sensitive skin, silicone can be a good choice as it is hypoallergenic.
When considering size, remember that flaccid penises tend to be much smaller than erect penises! The average flaccid length of a penis is between 3.5 to 4 inches long. Bigger isn't always better.
How to Care for Your Soft Packer Wash your soft packer with warm water and a gentle soap. Rinse and pat dry with a lint-free cloth.
The surface of your soft packer may feel sticky due to the nature of the material. Lightly dusting the packer’s entire surface with corn starch (available in the grocery store baking aisle) will keep the packer from sticking to your skin and hair, and will help it stay cleaner. The easiest way to apply corn starch is with a soft-bristle paintbrush or make-up brush. Do not use powders containing talc, or other body powders that may contain fragrance or other potential irritants to your genital area!
Soft packers are typically not designed for sexual penetration, unless they are a special 2-in-1 or "pack and play" type of packer.
Minimize wear & tear by wearing packer in a pocket-style harness or pocket-style packing underwear/jock. Many people sew simple pockets into their underwear as a cost-effective way to safely and securely pack.
To download a .pdf of these instructions and a catalog of our soft packers click here.
A Stand To Pee Device (STP) is an item used by a person born with a vulva to urinate while standing up. STPs can be convenient for when sitting or squatting to pee isn't an easy or attractive option (such as while camping or doing other outdoor activities, or in places where bathroom facilities are dirty or non-existant). STPs that are shaped like penises are sometimes used by trans and gender non-binary people in order to feel more in tune with their bodies and/or to use gendered restrooms or urinals without incident.
What to look for when choosing an STP device Much of the advice below is geared toward trans men, who often have specific needs when it comes to privacy and safety when using an STP. But some advice will still be relevant to all users.
1. Will I be using the STP in privacy, or in a more public place like a urinal, campsite, or worksite? If you typically plan to use your STP in a bathroom stall, or at home, or any other mostly private place, you might not care so much about how your STP looks, but rather how well it functions. However, if you are planning on using your STP in a men's room at a urinal, or in a semi-public setting such as a campsite, a boat, or a worksite, you may be concerned about what others will see if they catch a glimpse of your STP. If that is the case, you might want to consider an STP packer, or at the very least something that appears to be flesh-toned and that is easily tucked into your pants after use.
2. Do I want an STP that looks like a penis? As noted above, certain situations for trans guys (like urinal use or other semi-public use of your STP) might be safer and less stressful with an STP that looks like a penis. But even for those who always pee in privacy, having an STP that looks like a penis may help them feel more at home in their bodies. Many trans guys choose prosthetic penises with an STP option for this added sense of well-being.
3. How will I clean and store the STP when not in use? Some STPs are designed to be easily folded and hidden in a pocket or a bag, while others can be a bit more unwieldy. Keep in mind how you plan to get the STP to the bathroom with you, and whether you'd like to rinse it out and store it again immediately after use.
TAKE NOTE: MOST STPs TAKE PRACTICE TO MASTER! All STPs, especially STP packers, will take some practice to master. It is best to first practice at home, without your clothes on in the shower to get used to correct placement and flow. While still at home, practice in front of the toilet without clothes, and then finally try it at in front of the toilet while clothed. This is crucial if you plan on using a public urinal! It is better to have any accidents or mishaps at home than when you are out in public.
To download a .pdf copy of these instructions and a catalog of our STP packers and devices click here.